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"Opened to traffic and fanfare in 1960, this 4-lane, 2-way, 2-level design with an interior once entirely lined in sparkling white ceramic tile, provides the infamous ‘entrance’ to Pittsburgh as motorists emerge from Mount Washington to the now Pittsburgh Renaissance Historic District. Brushed steel letters announce a vital link between the City and suburbs, the project reflecting the region’s period of modernization. Architect Joseph Felix Bontempo with design engineer Michael Baker Junior incorporated a rose granite outline on the façade, inspiring the color of this composition depicting the east-bound portal. The unique tunnel interior underwent renovations in 2015-16 related to safety updates."

Launched in January 2021 as a collaboration between the Pittsburgh Modern Committee and illustrator Shane Henderson, Pittsburgh Modern Prints is an ongoing series celebrating sites of 20th century modern architecture and design.

Your purchase of a limited edition, hand-pulled screenprint will directly support the work of this local artist and the advocacy and programming efforts of the Pittsburgh Modern Committee of Preservation Pittsburgh.

Screen printed with opaque ink on acid-free, FSC and Green Seal certified, 50% PCW recycled, 18pt Mohawk Loop Antique Vellum paper

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Homegrown vine tomatoes for a tomato lover! This card is a perfect choice for sending a note or a thank you to your green-fingered friend. All cards are handprinted linocuts, making each one a unique, special piece of art to carry your message.

Product Details:
> Recycled paper envelope
> Safe, non-toxic, water-based inks
> Blank inside for your own message
> Environmentally friendly, sustainable art
> Each card is lovingly hand-printed in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania



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"Architects Curtis & Davis incorporated several varieties of steel, concrete and glass into a 13-story structure for IBM in 1963, with a distinct diamond-pattern truss developed by local firm Peter Muller-Munk Associates.  A contributing structure within the Pittsburgh Renaissance Historic District on the National Register, it is captured here in a vibrant blue ink referencing IBM’s classic logo palette."

Launched in January 2021 as a collaboration between the Pittsburgh Modern Committee and illustrator Shane Henderson, Pittsburgh Modern Prints is an ongoing series celebrating sites of 20th century modern architecture and design.

Your purchase of a limited edition, hand-pulled screenprint will directly support the work of this local artist and the advocacy and programming efforts of the Pittsburgh Modern Committee of Preservation Pittsburgh.

Screen printed with opaque ink on acid-free, FSC and Green Seal certified, 50% PCW recycled, 18pt Mohawk Loop Antique Vellum paper.

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From Super Bunny Pop Studio! Little circle stickers for your water bottle, phone case or journal with a super sweet hand-drawn illustration <3
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"A full city block of vibrant landscape surrounded by modern skyscrapers opened in 1955 to the delight of Downtown Pittsburgh denizens.  The striking yet practical plaza design by Simonds & Simonds and Mitchell & Ritchey included signature terrazzo pavers, sculptural fountains, 6 levels of parking beneath and street level storefronts.  Fully restored in 2014 and soon a National Landmark, this ‘emerald oasis’ is captured in the hue of the Mellon family legacy."

Launched in January 2021 as a collaboration between the Pittsburgh Modern Committee and illustrator Shane Henderson, Pittsburgh Modern Prints is an ongoing series celebrating sites of 20th century modern architecture and design.

Your purchase of a limited edition, hand-pulled screenprint will directly support the work of this local artist and the advocacy and programming efforts of the Pittsburgh Modern Committee of Preservation Pittsburgh.

Screen printed with opaque ink on acid-free, FSC and Green Seal certified, 50% PCW recycled, 18pt Mohawk Loop Antique Vellum paper.

$45.00

"Presented with the challenge of integrating a pedestrian connection between Point State Park and Downtown, beneath an 8-lane highway-interchange, Pittsburgh architects the Stotz brothers responded with an elongated arch and walkway. Simple, soft, and elegant to the eye, but involving complex engineering and crafted of reinforced concrete, the 1963 vaulted portal invites an open view toward Gateway Center. Gordon Bunshaft, architect with SOM, amongst others, consulted on the design."

Launched in January 2021 as a collaboration between the Pittsburgh Modern Committee and illustrator Shane Henderson, Pittsburgh Modern Prints is an ongoing series celebrating sites of 20th century modern architecture and design.

Your purchase of a limited edition, hand-pulled screenprint will directly support the work of this local artist and the advocacy and programming efforts of the Pittsburgh Modern Committee of Preservation Pittsburgh.

Screen printed with opaque ink on acid-free, FSC and Green Seal certified, 50% PCW recycled, 18pt Mohawk Loop Antique Vellum paper.

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